Horseshoe Canyon is located in a small, detached section of Canyonlands National Park. This somewhat remote canyon is home to some fine and well preserved examples of Native American rock art. The Great Gallery is a mystery for many. The armless and often eyeless figures are an enigma in themselves, and there seems to be great debate as to their age. As to the time period these may have been created, the best information I have been able to find places it somewhere between 1900-1400 B.C., although some sources claim dates as early as 3000 B.C. and as recent as 300 A.D. Canyonlands and the surrounding area is home to many Native American archaeological sites. - Martin van Hemert.